Atlanta Development News
The latest on groundbreakings, construction wrap-ups, and big ideas that are quickly changing Atlanta of today.
While some retail and restaurants have shuttered temporarily, more are on the way.
Officials: $50-million project is moving forward on the site of a Peachtree Industrial Boulevard shopping plaza.
The nearly century-old funeral home is slated to be incorporated into the offices, hotel, and residences.
Prices at Graydon Buckhead, among Atlanta’s largest for-sale condo offerings in years, begin at $1.6M.
Mechanicsville project called "Vertical Row" is moving forward with prices beginning in the $400Ks.
The mounting public health crisis has prompted demand for more hospital beds.
The five-unit community cites proximity to everything from Krog Street Market to Pratt-Pullman Yard.
Expect an "activity-based" destination at the upcoming mixed-use development.
The 550 North Highland project is planned to start in the high $700Ks.
Atlanta’s is the fourth fastest-growing region in America, U.S. Census data show.
Architect: "We’re activating the site and creating a place people will choose to be."
Three new restaurants are bound for the expanding shopping district’s focal green space.
Marketing officials call the Juniper Street location paramount.
The Jimmy Buffett-branded high-rise is expected to feature timeshare units and a 14,000-square-foot restaurant.
A comma error almost signaled a snag in the city’s growth spurt, it seems.
With coronavirus precautions frustrating the city’s permitting processes, it’s unclear when cranes might ascend over the downtown site.
The move could ultimately protect older buildings from the wrecking ball.
The social media colossus will expand its local footprint at a time when tech jobs are flowing into Midtown.
Homebuilder: "If this lasts more than a few weeks, it’ll be challenging for all in the industry"
In the works are four stories of reclaimed brick from the 1800s.
Social distancing measures weren’t universally obliged on a festive, temperate weekend.
Construction could kick off next month, barring any snags.
Look for sleek new Pinewood Atlanta Studios offices designed for making films.
The setting is described as a highly walkable Main Street neighborhood in the Gwinnett County city.
Expect a creative corporate campus and possibly more where Clint Eastwood filmed scenes for "Richard Jewell."
The boutique community south of EAV is called The Seven at Flat Shoals.
The Atlanta film mogul’s latest vision calls for restaurants, a concert hall, theater houses, and public tours.
An estimated seven million people ventured through the area in 2019—and half went to Piedmont Park.
Construction could kick off at a site fronting Historic Fourth Ward Park this year, developers say.
Also on tap: plans for new residences to join Crescent Avenue eateries.
"This would not be your mama’s historic district, or even your friend’s over in Inman Park."
Eager to shed its suburban past, the Perimeter city inked enough deals last year to fill Atlanta’s tallest building, and then some.
Expect about 200 more rentals in Reynoldstown, a few blocks from the Atlanta Beltline’s Eastside Trail.
The wholesale trade center designed by John Portman should have a more engaging facade and interior soon.
Nearly half of all 129 units at Pratt Stacks have sold since November, project leaders report.
A Dallas-based developer says the key Westside property is poised to see major growth.